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[audio]Barbagallo - Seven Months In Three Times - Barbagallo
SEVEN MONTHS IN THREE TIMES was Written, Arranged, Performed, Recorded & Mixed by Carlo Barbagallo from January to July 2005 except: "Down One" written by Accardi-Barbagallo; "Smoking Child" performed by Accardi-Barbagallo. The starting idea was to record an EP for every month of 2005 but I stopped me in August. So, this album collects the songs (almost all) recorded in the first seven months of that year, mixed without interruptions & divided into three virtual sides of vinyl (three times of 20...
Keywords: alternative; home recordings; low-fi; progressive; canterbury; experimental; extensive musical taste; indie; folk; psychedelic; key pop
Downloads: 253
[audio]Barbagallo - Floppy Disk - Barbagallo
This is a free six minutes preview of Carlo Barbagallo's new album FLOPPY DISK! Listen & download the full album. Floppy disks are our vintage, that's a fact. Soon cds will follow too. Before this comes true, grab Carlo Barbagallo's "Floppy Disk", a very talented sicilian musician who is also a member of Albanopower and Suzanne'Silver. If you're sick of the derailed application of the concept of "indie", have a listen to his 11 tracks, to be played as if they were two sides of a vinyl...
Keywords: barbie noja records; low-fi; progressive rock; rock; indie rock; home recordings; songwriting; singer; songwriter; classic rock; folk; blues; glam; low fi; low-fi; italia; italy; sicily; sicilian
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